By now everyone knows that Tim Tebow developed a habit of kneeling and praying at each football game, right? Well, in case you all were wondering if this ritual has any effect on the game, someone very special to the football star showed up on ‘Saturday Night Live‘ to clear the air. Yup, Jesus-impersonating Jason Sudeikis himself!
Last night’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ was all about remembering the good times with ex-cast members like Jimmy Fallon, who hosted, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. All three big names are former Weekend Update anchors, and what better way for them to celebrate the fond memories than to throw down a good, old-fashioned ‘Joke Off?’
Some people are happy with just a small, above-ground pool to splash around in. But a company called Hidden Water Pools went all out and created a pool that not only looks cool but also completely vanishes when you’re not using it!
It would also make for an excellent trap if you have neighbors walking through your yard all the time.
Here’s a great holiday treat for ‘Saturday Night Live’ fans: Weekend Update’s club guru Stefon shows up on the show’s official Christmas card this year.
And it’s not just any picture that’s used for the card, it’s the Norman Rockwell classic “Freedom From Want” painting, with the woman serving a turkey to her happy family. A wholesome scene perfect for a Stefon “photo bomb.”
So many people pass away every year, including in the entertainment industry, that it’s hard to remember just who died, beyond the few very famous people. Turner Classic Movies has a nice montage that helps us remember the talents we’ve lost in 2011.
Everyone says the movie musical is dead, but don’t tell that to the people who made ‘Rock of Ages,’ the new movie based on the hit stage musical.
This one has an amazing all-star cast, including Alec Baldwin, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Paul Giamatti, Mary J. Blige, Russell Brand, Julianne Hough and many others. And oh yeah, Tom Cruise with long hair and no shirt on.
If you were to name 10 celebrities you would never think would agree to appear on a reality show, veteran actor Clint Eastwood would be near the top of such a list (if not the top). But that’s about to change.
Back in October, Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to film themselves telling their kids that they ate all their Halloween candy and then upload the video to YouTube. The resulting prank became a viral hit. On Monday, Kimmel struck again, asking parents to give their kids terrible early Christmas gifts and then film the results.
Needless to say, the kids were not happy. But you will be when you see their cute reactions.
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